- Frank de Boer has been unveiled as the new Inter Milan manager
- Inter have confirmed De Boer has signed a three-year contract in Milan
- Roberto Mancini left due to a breakdown in his relationship with board
- De Boer left Ajax in May and has two weeks to prepare for the season
- He says ‘it’s not going to be easy’ to restore Inter to their former glories
New Inter Milan coach Frank de Boer knows that he has a big job on his hands after the former Ajax manager replaced Roberto Mancini at the Italian club on Tuesday.
Inter confirmed de Boer’s arrival in a statement and the Dutchman joined the Serie A side, who finished 24 points behind champions Juventus last season, on a three-year contract.
‘I hope to get us on the right track as soon as possible,’ de Boer told reporters at his unveiling. ‘But obviously it’s not going to be easy.
‘We speak the same language – myself, the president and the management team,’ he added. ‘We want to win.’
Mancini parted company with the Serie A side by mutual agreement on Monday even though his contract had been due to expire in June 2017.